Question about 2001 Chevrolet Corvette
For the 2001 Corvette it's simple for replacing it. Using a Sylvania yellow bulb, part# 3157NA LL or 4157NA LL
Reach inside the air intake opening just below the turn signal and push the black friction-fit hose back and down so it is out of your way. With the fingers of one hand, you can press the top of the black plastic duct (air intake) down to make room for your other hand to squeeze into the opening. Reach inside the hole and locate the wiring harness and lamp socket for the turn signal. The harness is on the bottom of the lamp assembly, so that the bulb is essentially sticking upwards into the reflector housing. Turn 1/4 turn and pull wiring harness out of the opening. Change the bulb and reverse the process. Takes about 4 minutes.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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